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BECOME AN ERASMUS+ STUDENT!

2023-10-02

This opportunity is for YOU if:

UNTIL 20 OF OCTOBER SELECTION FOR ERASMUS+ STUDIES AND PRACTICES IS UNDERWAY!!

The following students can take part in the selection:

  1. All students who have completed at least one course and are planning toSTUDYin 2023/2024 spring semester abroad.
  2. All students who have completed at least one semester are invited to participate inPRACTICES.
  3. GRADUATE PRACTICEStudents of the final year are invited to participate.

Study mobility can last from 2 to 12 months.

Internship mobility can last from 2 to 12 months

Students, especially those who cannot participate in long-term physical mobility activities for study or practice purposes, can combine a shorter period of physical mobility with a virtual activity component (mixed short-term mobility). Students can also participate in mixed intensive programs. In the case of short-term mobility, the physical mobility must last between 5 and 30 days and be combined with a mandatory virtual activity component, thus creating favorable conditions for collaborative e-learning exchanges and collective work. At least 3 ECTS credits must be awarded for short-term mobility study activities.

Until 20 of October it is necessary to submit:

Amounts of Erasmus+ scholarships, EUR/month.

  Host country for Study Practice
Group 1

Program countries with the highest cost of living

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, Liechtenstein, Norway 600 750
Group 2

Program countries with an average cost of living

Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal 600 750
Group 3

Program countries with the lowest cost of living

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Turkey, Serbia 540 690

Students and graduates participating in short-term physical mobility activities receive EUR 70 per day up to the 14th day of the activity and EUR 50 per day during the 15th to 30th day of the activity.

In order to increase the inclusion of students in mobility activities, the Panevėžio kolegija/State Higher Education Institution has identified the following groups of students with fewer opportunities in the Erasmus+ program and the documents that must be submitted in order to receive an increased Erasmus+ grant:

1.1. students from low-income families (up to 24 years old); (documents confirming a person’s right to social allowance provided by the state);

1.2. orphans or students who have lost parental care (up to 24 years old) (certificate confirming the loss);

1.4. students with minor child(ren) under the age of 12 (child’s birth certificate);

1.5. students from large families with 3 or more children (up to 24 years old) (birth certificates);

1.6. Students working in Lithuania (working under employment contracts or self-employed for at least 20 working days) (employment contract);

1.7. students with refugee status (asylum decision);

1.8. foreign students studying in Panevėžio kolegija/State Higher Education Institution (residence permit in Lithuania);

1.9. students with physical or psychological disabilities (doctor’s certificate);

1.10 students who are professional sportsmen (coach’s certificate).

In order to receive additional support, a student who belongs to a group of persons with less opportunities, when filling out the application for mobility, notes that he belongs to such a group and submits supporting documents to the application.

An additional individual grant based on a fixed amount is awarded to students with less opportunities (not applicable to graduates) participating in “Erasmus+” mobility:

In accordance with the “Description of the procedure for awarding and paying the incentive, one-time, Erasmus mobility promotion and targeted scholarships of Panevėžio kolegija/State Higher Education ” in 2022. April 27 by resolution no. V4-5 college students are paid a one-time Erasmus mobility promotion scholarship:

  Host country Study/ Practice
Group 1

Program countries with the highest cost of living

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, Liechtenstein, Norway 200
Group 2

Program countries with an average cost of living

Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal  

180

Group 3

Program countries with the lowest cost of living

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Turkey, Serbia  

150

Students and recent graduates who choose an eco-friendly trip (car-pooling /train/bus) traveling by boat is not considered an ecological means of travel receive an additional EUR 50 (providing documents are required).

Our partners abroad list: Partners

Application form: Erasmus+

Students can search for an internship place by themselves!!!

Students wishing to go abroad under the ERASMUS+ program must not have any academic debts.

More about the Erasmus+ program: What is Erasmus+? | Erasmus+ (europa.eu)

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